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IN FAREHAM… EACH Friday during the summer, children will be able to enjoy a free session on a bouncy castle. Located next to the popular Diamond Jubilee Play Area, town centre bosses hope to create a zone where families can relax and have fun.
AT WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL… BUNTING, banners and a big screen are all in place in the Cathedral grounds, a Community Live site as part of the London 2012 Olympics .
Every day from 10am until the finish of the events, you can watch the olympics and Paralympics.
There will be refreshments available on site and taster sessions of different sports and activities on offer.
The screen is on throughout each competition until September 9.
The fundraiser for online will take place tomorrow.
The venture has been launched for the benefit of the 40,000 residents of the postcode area which covers Hythe, Dibden, Dibden Purlieu, Holbury, Blackfield, Langley, Fawley, Lepe, Calshot and Exbury.
Live music and a host of family fun activities will boost four charities – The Handy Trust, Home Start UK (New Forest), Waterside Cancer Support Centre and the Paul Brogan Benevolent Fund.
Until Sunday August 12, when the Olympics ends, you can exercise for one minute on a static bike, Playstation Move or power spin.
WestQuay will donate 60p for every successful minute completed.
ON SOUTHAMPTON COMMON… Fundraisers will put their best foot forward from 9am tomorrow for the Daily Echo Be a Friend campaign.
Organisers are hoping to raise hundreds of pounds for Age Concern Southampton by walking or running the 5km course. ON SOUTHAMPTON COMMON… Fundraisers will put their best foot forward from 9am tomorrow for the Daily Echo Be a Friend campaign.
Organisers are hoping to raise hundreds of pounds for Age Concern Southampton by walking or running the 5km course.
AT New Forest WILDLIFE PARK...TINY tots can get up to their own animal antics with the opening of a new mini Go Wild! adventure playground just for them tomorrow.
It features swings, log jumbles, climbing ropes and spider nets.
Its larger counterpart, which has already opened is proving popular. Go Wild! features all the fun of an army-style assault course and is in sight of the nearby deer encounter enclosure and the grazing bison.
New Forest Wildlife Park also has otters, deer and owls, including the endangered giant otter, as well as lynx, foxes, wallabies, bison, wolves, wild boar, ferrets, polecats and a tropical butterfly house where you can watch pupae hatching into colourful butterflies plus a tearoom and gift shop.
AT BEAULIEU… FALCONRY displays take place all summer at the Cloisters, towards the back of the grounds, where guests can hear talks on the folklore of herbs and the monks who lived in the Abbey. Next to the Abbey is the Domus where Monk’s Tapestries hang from the wall with a small museum of them including a film room.
Tomorrow, take part in the Marie Curie Cancer Care Walk which begins at Beaulieu at 6.30pm and finishes at Buckler’s Hard with a fantastic fireworks display.
AT MARWELL WILDLIFE… LOOK out for the posters dotted around the park talking about the Zoolympics where guests can put themselves against record breaking animals and see how high, fast and far they can go!
Throughout the day, guests can hear various talks on the Meerkats, Giraffes, and penguins.